Captain Caveman to the Spurs?
According to Tim Griffin of the Express-News (“Massive Kaman could provide Spurs with inside depth“):
Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo.com tweets that the Spurs and Kaman’s hometown team of Detroit are both considering making a bid for him.
Kaman is a skilled offensive player with better than average athleticism inside. After playing at Central Michigan, he was the No. 6 pick in the 2003 draft for the Clippers.
He has played with the Clippers for the last eight seasons, averaging 12.4 points and 7.0 rebounds in an injury-marred 2010-11 season. But he was an All-Star in 2010 and still has a lot of basketball considering he won’t turn 30 until April if he’s healthy.
He would be the kind of player who enable the Spurs to bulk up for one last title run with the Tim Duncan/Manu Ginobili/Tony Parker nucleus. And he would enable the Spurs to better match up with teams like Memphis and the Los Angeles Lakers, who have been able to torment the Silver and Black with big centers like Marc Gasol and Andrew Bynum recently.
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